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Sun 11 Jun 2006

Jack Horner at the Dinosaurs! exhibition

Category : dinosaurs

Jack's in town for three talks; see the Dinosaurs! webpage.

He dropped by the exhibition early to pose for a photographer from The Straits Times on Friday.

Jack is no stranger to the Singapore Science Centre, having visited twice before during other dinosaur exhibitions.

He is an engaging speaker and able to communicate ideas to the rest of us very well. I first heard him speak over a decade ago and remember his explanation about the internal anatomy of bones and how birds are descended from dinosaurs. I guess its why Spielberg hired him as technical advisor for the Jurassic Park series.

His remaining talks are:

"Jurassic Park Fact and Fiction"
Sunday, 11 June, 4 - 6pm
Annex Auditorium, SSC

"Cool New Stuff about Dead Old Dinosaurs"
Monday, 12 June, 2:30 - 4.00pm
Annex Auditorium, SSC

For details, click here.

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